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WATCH: Lexington Police release body camera video to refute racism, chokehold claims

Lexington Police are responding to protesters' new accusations of violence and racism with body camera video showing the moments Saturday when officers arrested five protesters.

Lexington community leaders call out hate, intolerance against Jewish community

As hate crimes against Jewish communities continue to make headlines around the world, advocates for Jewish Americans in Lexington rallied together to promote kindness.

Owensboro man wants to stop town’s growing violence

An Owensboro man is trying to bring residents together to stop the town's growing violence.

UPDATE: Man suspected of killing Nipsey Hussle arrested

Authorities say the man suspected of fatally shooting rapper Nipsey Hussle has been arrested.

Training programs offered to prevent violence in communities

Officials announced on Tuesday that employees in Attorney General's office will take part in a training.

Threat prompts police presence Tuesday at Wolfe County High

A strong police and administrative presence is planned Tuesday at Wolfe County High School after rumors of threats and violence at the school surfaced.

Pikeville woman accused of stabbing her mother

In Pikeville, a woman is accused of stabbing her mother.

Volunteer nurses, doctors pitch in to help migrant caravan

The main plaza in Pijijiapan quickly became a makeshift triage center as thousands of Central Americans trudged into this southern Mexico town.

Trump warns of ‘violence’ if Democrats win midterm elections

President Donald Trump urged evangelical leaders this week to get out the vote ahead of the upcoming midterm elections and warned of “violence” by opponents if they fail.

Experts view youth violence as public health crisis

A legislative panel explored the issue of violence, mental health and guns among Kentucky’s youth during a recent gathering.

Barbourville man threatening police has been arrested

Photos appeared on Facebook that seemed to suggest violence towards police.

Lexington students say they won’t give up

Demonstrators across the globe flooded the streets in a student-driven movement and Lexington students say it was unlike anything they have ever seen before.

Senate Committee passes controversial “gang bill”

Emotions ran high during a senate committee meeting as lawmakers clashed with leaders of the African American community over whether or not House Bill 169, the gang prevention bill, disproportionately targets minority youth.

Family of Murdered Man Call for Action on Gun Violence

The family of 31-year-old Bradley Owsley, the sixth person murdered in Lexington this year, is calling for some sort of action against gun violence in the wake of his death.

Lexington-based Website Tracks Gun Violence Across the Country

Since the Florida shooting many people are going to the internet to get more information and statistics on gun violence.

Moms Rally for “Common Sense” Gun Laws

A group of mothers were in Frankfort advocating for what they call "common sense" gun laws.

Gang Violence Bill passes House Committee

A bill that would make recruiting gang members a felony in Kentucky passed its first legislative hurdle in Frankfort this week.

Family remembers shooting victim found near Lexington apartment complex

Mikel Willis, 19, was found dead near a dumpster, close to the Shropshire apartments. The coroner confirms he died of multiple gunshot wounds.

Neighbors worry violence is on the rise in their small town

Some people in Winchester are wondering how safe their city is anymore after a shooting in broad daylight yesterday afternoon between two car loads of people.  

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Another inmate dies at Federal Medical Center

Man had recovered then had a stroke.

State passes $100 million in unclaimed property returns

$100 Millionth Dollar Unclaimed Property Check to Special Olympics Kentucky